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Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Moretorque » July 27th, 2018, 11:20 am

Why do you go on and on, anybody now with half a brain knows you don't trust anything that comes from Britain.....
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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by TruthSeeker » July 27th, 2018, 1:55 pm

Worth a listen. Tina Foster purports that all four Beatles were replaced.


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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Winston » July 28th, 2018, 12:59 am

How can all four Beatles be replaced? Lennon looks like the same guy in every photo, as my videos above show. His facial features all match. The only one in question is Paul. The other three are not disputed. I think the theory that all four were replaced is disinfo to discredit the whole theory. Does Tina have any good evidence that all four were replaced?

Tina Foster's voice is really cute and adorable. She sounds like a freethinker too. Why can't we date or marry AW like that? Btw I think she said she's from Texas too. Virtually every friendly AW I've met or talked to has been from Texas. Never from California. That can't be a coincidence. So different US states do make a difference.

Tina Foster's blog about the Paul vs Faul conspiracy is:
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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by gsjackson » July 28th, 2018, 1:08 am

Got time only to look at conspiracy theories that implicate TPTB as perps, and have an effect on public policy. I generally subscribe to what public duende had to say about the usefulness of constant exposure to such esoteric knowledge, if knowledge it be.

As for Macca and this theory -- could be. it's been around for almost 50 years. There are an awful lot of McCartneyesque songs out there have been produced since 1966, including one of the most famous that mentions "Mother Mary" (McCartney's mother). So I guess I'd be inclined to look first at the contention that he's still alive and on the down low.

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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Cornfed » July 28th, 2018, 1:55 am

gsjackson wrote:
July 28th, 2018, 1:08 am
There are an awful lot of McCartneyesque songs out there have been produced since 1966, including one of the most famous that mentions "Mother Mary" (McCartney's mother). So I guess I'd be inclined to look first at the contention that he's still alive and on the down low.
But isn't the theory that Paul 2.0 (Billy Pepper) wrote a lot of Beatles songs anyway? Continuity in songwriting would make perfect sense.

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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by gsjackson » July 28th, 2018, 2:19 am

Cornfed wrote:
July 28th, 2018, 1:55 am
gsjackson wrote:
July 28th, 2018, 1:08 am
There are an awful lot of McCartneyesque songs out there have been produced since 1966, including one of the most famous that mentions "Mother Mary" (McCartney's mother). So I guess I'd be inclined to look first at the contention that he's still alive and on the down low.
But isn't the theory that Paul 2.0 (Billy Pepper) wrote a lot of Beatles songs anyway? Continuity in songwriting would make perfect sense.
Could be. I'm not informed enough to have an opinion, but Winston asked me to weigh in. Is it Bill Pepper or Billy Shears?

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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Winston » July 28th, 2018, 2:54 am

gsjackson, you don't need to spend much time with this. Just look at the video clips above that I posted. They are only a few minutes each and won't take up much time to watch at all. This isn't a difficult topic. If you have more time, check out the 90 minute documentary above I posted called "The Last Testament of George Harrison". It's very interesting and mind blowing and sounds like an authentic account, even if it's not Harrison's voice.
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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Winston » July 28th, 2018, 3:02 am

Cornfed wrote:
July 28th, 2018, 1:55 am
gsjackson wrote:
July 28th, 2018, 1:08 am
There are an awful lot of McCartneyesque songs out there have been produced since 1966, including one of the most famous that mentions "Mother Mary" (McCartney's mother). So I guess I'd be inclined to look first at the contention that he's still alive and on the down low.
But isn't the theory that Paul 2.0 (Billy Pepper) wrote a lot of Beatles songs anyway? Continuity in songwriting would make perfect sense.
Yes of course the second Paul wrote a lot of songs and performed a lot of solo hits too. He was in a band called Wings too. He is a great singer and musician as well. But that's not the point. The point is that he was secretly replaced and the public didn't know about it until 1969 when the media discussed it after fans began noticing all the hundreds of clues they kept putting out. The voice and accent between Paul and Faul are different too, if you listen to their clips.

For example, listen to this line by line comparison of the song "Yesterday" sung by Paul vs. Faul. If you listen closely you can tell that the voices and accents are different, not just the key note. Thus they must be different people for sure.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpEpbUKgVCA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uL1qCO04dpg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7q6f7YeJj8
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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Winston » August 10th, 2018, 3:58 pm

Check out this quick first appearance of Faul McCartney after the replacement was made. You can see right away that it's a different guy and he's wearing a mustache to try to hide it. His voice is different as well.

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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Winston » August 10th, 2018, 4:49 pm

I listened to some of Tina Foster's interviews. She's really smart and has a very cute voice.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_ ... ina+foster

According to her, Paul was assassinated and replaced because:

1) The Beatles were becoming a loose cannon and could not be controlled. They were not following the program that the Tavistock Institute wanted them to follow to serve the elite.
2) Paul did not buy the official explanation for the JFK assassination and was gonna do a song piece for Mark Lane's "Rush to Judgement" documentary contesting the US government's lone nut theory. That would have made the JFK conspiracy very popular.
3) The Beatles did a song called "Tax Man" that was very anti-government.
4) The Beatles began speaking out against the Vietnam War. Not supporting it anymore.
5) The Beatles were singing love songs and happy songs that were uplifting people. That's not what the elite wanted.

So since they were too popular and not doing what the elite wanted, they had to go. They assassinated Paul and replaced him with a more cooperative double. The other Beatles, she believes, were eventually replaced too. That's why they looked different on the Sergeant Pepper Album. Perhaps they were outraged at Paul's Assassination and refused to cooperate and so they all had to go.

Here is a round table discussion with Tina Foster, Jim Fetzer and Nick Kollerstrom. Each of them have a different variation of these events.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISQ8TGSOZXU

Also listen to Mark Devlin and Mike Williams talk about "The Memoirs of Billy Shears" which is likely to be Faul's confession of the story of his replacement of Paul McCartney. Due to legal and contractual purposes, Faul is not allowed to reveal the secret directly, so he had to use historical fiction to reveal it indirectly and unofficially. It's really a really deep discussion. They know a lot of details about this case.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAwFPsFUp4M

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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by Winston » September 13th, 2018, 2:59 am

Could john halliday be the original paul mccartney who was replaced in 1966? See this comparison video and decide for yourself. There does appear to be some resemblance. Also, halliday worked as the tour guide at McCartneys childhood home and greeted visitors there for a few years. So if he is the original mccartney then it would be a classic case of being "hidden in plain sight". Lol

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Re: Was Paul McCartney was replaced by a double in 1966?

Post by TruthSeeker » September 13th, 2018, 6:21 am

Yes, Paul was replaced but the replacement was actually better, more talented. I mean look at all those brilliant songs we have from Paul McCartney (William Shears). John Halliday would never have been able to produce them.

The song Let It Be speaks to this. Let it be meaning leave it alone. They all knew Paul was replaced.



Pete Best was also replaced by Ringo Starr. This sort of thing was often done.

So it's not all bad that the original Paul was replaced.

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